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Nursery

Bayhill Farm and Nursery

 

New Vendor!

 

Nursery plants, vegetables, herbs, flowers,floral design and free range eggs at Bayhill Nursery,

 


Garry Oak Courtenay

My Garry Oak is hand picked from bags of leaves gathered locally in Courtenay. I also have a wide variety, 19 at this point, of ornamental willow used for weaving or decorative landscaping. I will be at the Saturday, Wednesday and Sunday markets.


Mystery Meadows Farm

We grow a wide variety of plants, usually far more than we can use, so we would like to share with you. Available in early spring are: bedding plants, vegetable starts, dried herbs, tea, seeds, and limited quantities of Bigleaf Maple Syrup. Later, seasonal vegetables, berries, fruits, herbs, and perennials become available. We also sometimes have nuts, grains, flowers, berry bushes, and fruit trees.

Everything is grown organically though we are not certified organic.

Thanks for shopping local


Garden Lore

 

Featuring deer resistant and drought tolerant perennials, Garden Lore also celebrates the wonders of nature with a selection of the unique and unusual, the beautiful and the bizarre. Additionally we offer organically grown veggie starts and herbs.


Greenatopia Gardens

Greenatopia Gardens produce a beautiful assortment of cut flowers for individual sale as well as custom floral bouquets, all grown on our Black Creek acreage.

We will also have hand made cedar patio planters and dried flower arrangements available at the Farmers Market and custom orders taken at 250-218-3373.


Backyard Botanicals

 

I have vegetable bedding plants for spring planting, succession planting and fall planting for winter greens. I also grow an assortment of culinary herbs either in pots ready for transplanting or already planted baskets. Just snip and enjoy! All plants are grown without the use of herbicides, pesticides or chemical fertilizers.

 


Fleur de l'ile Farm

Jacinda and David are beginning farmers growing seasonal vegetables and herbs in a sustainable manner. With roots in the Comox Valley and Brittany, France, they bring a French touch to their Courtenay-grown produce. Jacinda et David sont des maraichers débutants cultivant des herbes et légumes de saison dans une manière durable. Avec des origines dans la Vallée de Comox et en Bretagne, France, ils apportent une touche française aux produits cultivés à Courtenay.

 

 


Backyard Bloomers (aka Warwick Dahlias)

 

We grow approximately 3000 dahlias each year. We sell cut flowers (including dahlias, anemones, ranunculus,sweet peas and many more) and dahlia tubers at the Saturday, Wednesday and Sunday Markets.

We have an annual open garden event which will be Sept 3rd and 4th 2016. 


Freedom Farm

We are a family run farm offering a full variety of in-season vegetables. From the greenhouse we have tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and basil by the lb. which are grown in our soil. No hydroponics here. Our produce is grown organically using environmentally friendly methods.


Pirates' Pond Farm

Pirates’ Pond Farm is small family run farm located in the Comox Valley.  We started our farming adventure in 2012 when we purchased an acreage in hopes of growing enough food to feed our family.  In the spring of 2013 we acquired our first rooster and have continued to expand ever sense.  Although we do not come from a farming background we have realized over the last few years that factors such as global warming, genetically modified organisms, and the use of herbicides, pesticides, synthetic fertilizers and other chemicals are having a significant effect on food security, the environment


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